As the world’s largest gaming company Activision Blizzard relaunches its Major League Gaming TV (MLG.tv) eSports platform, it claims that brands that ignore video gaming as a sport are missing out on a potential audience of more than 300 million millennials.
With just three weeks to go until UEFA Euro 2016 kicks off, two separate studies suggest that TV is not the only option for brands looking to engage fans, who should be looking to target women as well as men across online, radio, print and mobile.
As it continues its push into live sport, Twitter has announced that Budweiser has agreed a deal with ITV Sport to sponsor its exclusive Euro 2016 highlights on the social media platform throughout the month-long tournament.
Main media advertising budgets saw the biggest boost over the third quarter of the year, as marketers report growing optimism about the prospects of their businesses.
For 75% of marketers, the pandemic has permanently shifted how they communicate and collaborate at work, according to the seventh edition of Salesforce’s ‘State of Marketing’ report. At the Festival of Marketing, senior marketers from Metro Bank and Just Eat shared how they are overcoming new challenges and realising new opportunities.
Is personalisation still relevant, or even achievable, in a post-cookie world? Perhaps, if marketers are willing to lean in closer to consumers, suggests GSK’s Jerry Daykin.
Two years ago, the travel agency was front and centre in the news as it slowly crumbled under the crushing weight of its own debt. Now the brand is back on the market, rebuilding online with a new proposition.